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    how can you tell the difference between a house cat that kills small game and song birds from a feral cat that kills small game and song birds ?

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    If it runs away when you say, "Here Kitty Kitty!" it is a feral. A house cat will walk away slowly or actually come to you. House cats are also typically fatter and in better physical condition.

    Cats outside can control rodents like packrats that will eat the wiring in your engine compartment overnight. Too many cats also can also spread disease and eat all of the songbirds at your feeder or quail in your woodlot.

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      If it runs away when you say, "Here Kitty Kitty!" it is a feral. A house cat will walk away slowly or actually come to you. House cats are also typically fatter and in better physical condition.

      Cats outside can control rodents like packrats that will eat the wiring in your engine compartment overnight. Too many cats also can also spread disease and eat all of the songbirds at your feeder or quail in your woodlot.

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        6P, what is it with you and cats?
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          Originally posted by Josey View Post
          If it runs away when you say, "Here Kitty Kitty!" it is a feral. A house cat will walk away slowly or actually come to you. House cats are also typically fatter and in better physical condition.

          Cats outside can control rodents like packrats that will eat the wiring in your engine compartment overnight. Too many cats also can also spread disease and eat all of the songbirds at your feeder or quail in your woodlot.
          Sounds like you have experience with rodent damage!

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            Originally posted by Josey View Post
            If it runs away when you say, "Here Kitty Kitty!" it is a feral. A house cat will walk away slowly or actually come to you. House cats are also typically fatter and in better physical condition.

            Cats outside can control rodents like packrats that will eat the wiring in your engine compartment overnight. Too many cats also can also spread disease and eat all of the songbirds at your feeder or quail in your woodlot.
            Sounds like you have experience with rodent damage!

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